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Cyclone hits southern India, kills 33

    Cyclone hits southern India, kills 33

NEW DELHI — The death toll from a cyclone that hit the coast of southern India has risen to 33, with the storm leaving a trail of massive damage to

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Finding my Armenia, a century after the genocide 

In February, Armenia nudged me. I met a stranger who learnt I was Armenian and who asked a completely normal follow-up question: “Have you been?” No, I told him. My grandfather

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English Baroque Soloists: Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria — theatrically vivid

John Eliot Gardiner has never liked to do things by halves. After his millennium pilgrimage performing all of Bach’s 200-plus cantatas it must have seemed like child’s play to celebrate

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‘HE’S DOING GREAT!’: 5 years later, ‘Batkid’ Miles Scott cancer-free

    ‘HE’S DOING GREAT!’: 5 years later, ‘Batkid’ Miles Scott cancer-free

San Francisco’s beloved Batkid is cancer-free and thriving. On the five-year anniversary of the day that then-5-year-old Miles Scott captured the hearts of millions by saving the day in San

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Frenchette, New York, review – ‘a confident menu; well executed’

I was sitting opposite the daughter of a successful New York restaurateur. Between us was her laptop, full of spreadsheets of numbers for the café that she plans to open in

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An enjoyable, engaging Hadestown at the National’s Olivier Theatre

Anaïs Mitchell’s folk musical retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth is due to travel to Broadway after three months at London’s National Theatre, and its two principal antagonists have

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Works by US artist Keith Haring to be shown in UK for first time

Barking dogs, radiant babies and flying saucers will appear on the walls of Tate Liverpool next year in the first

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Planningtorock: Powerhouse — no vaudevillian touches

Jam Rostron’s first album as Planningtorock, 2005’s Have It All, included the track “Bolton Wanderer”, a jaunty account of the

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Don Quixote at the Garrick Theatre, London — food fights and a superb double act

It’s not often you encounter a food fight during a Royal Shakespeare Company production. But barely 20 minutes into Angus

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On digital: Whitney / Faces Places

Whitney is the second documentary in as many years to try and explain Whitney Houston’s public decline, differentiated by director

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’Harry Potter’ co-stars reunite for a skateboard ride

  ’Harry Potter’ co-stars reunite for a skateboard ride

LOS ANGELES — There were no brooms in the air or “Mudblood” insults when Hermione Granger and Draco Malfoy met

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Chef Tom Brown on Mexico

— My brother lives in Mexico City and when I’m there we eat like absolute kings. His girlfriend’s mum served

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Justin Trudeau apologizes for Canada’s 1939 refusal of ship of Jewish refugees

  Justin Trudeau apologizes for Canada’s 1939 refusal of ship of Jewish refugees

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed Wednesday that his government would do more to protect synagogues and other places

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Honey & Co’s hearty, flavourful cabbage and potato pie recipe

Cabbage is one of the most versatile vegetables, yet it rarely gets the love it deserves. Other brassicas have a

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